The Columbus Crew have already given up on David Accam. The club from Ohio have announced that they have traded the Ghanain winger to expansion side Nashville SC. The player, however, will not play for his new club until March 2020, when Nashville actually get to enter the MLS.
The Crew will receive $350k in General Allocation Money (GAM) and $100K in Targeted Allocation Money (TAM) with the trade effective on January 1, 2020. Columbus originally traded for Accam at the end of the MLS Primary transfer window, sending $400K in GAM, $100K in TAM and an international player slot to the Philadelphia Union. However, just 10 days after the Primary window ended, they were ready to move the player on.
Accam previously also played for Chicago Fire, but did not impress, and after just more than a year at Philadelphia, the club were ready to pass him on to Columbus. The Crew did the same just days later and now he will have to wait 10 months for the start of next season, unless he is loaned somewhere before then.
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